Ok so my husband and I have been separated for a little over a month...he suffers from severe Bipolar Disorder/Drinking/Meds/Depression he started an episope a little over two months ago, and left a month ago, when he left he said he wasn't leaving me but he needed to fix himself....now mind you he took all his belongings which to me means he is gone....either way he left and immediately took off his rings...I on the other hand continued to wear mine, well yesterday he called me for the first time in two weeks, not once did he ask if I was ok....he was just upset cause someone didn't pay him....so now he has no money, no job, and we are split up.....so this morning I finally broke down and took off my rings....it was the hardest thing I had to do...but I am tired....we have been on a rollercoaster ride for 5 years now...we break up he leaves and then back he comes when his life is in shambles....so am I wrong for taking off my rings??? I love him honest I do but I am so tired....
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